The new GhostWalker novel from the #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan. As bodies pile up, a violent new cross-country game is blamed on the GhostWalkers. To clear their name, they infiltrate the dangerous sport. And to survive it, they must ignore the rules.
People are being brutally murdered in what seems a macabre game, and the GhostWalkers, with their supernatural abilities, are under suspicion. On a mission to learn the truth, GhostWalker Kadan Montague heads for the Sierras to find Tansy Meadows, psychically enhanced and an expert at tracking serial killers, whose psychometric help he desperately needs. As soon as he locates her, the sniper's bullets fly, and Kadan quickly realizes that someone high up in the White House doesn't want this game to end. A dark, sexy, violence-packed thriller, the seventh in Feehan's addictive GhostWalker series. Feehan (Dark Curse) lives in northern California. Copyright 2008 Reed Business Information.
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1 . Loved it!
Posted February 01, 2010 by Emily Tanner , RomeThis one is my favorite of the Ghostwalker books, loved it only wish sony would get their act together and fix the problems with downloading and add the books to her Dark Series that are missing!!
2 . Well Done Christine
Posted October 01, 2009 by D Ackerman , Skagway AKWhile Shadow Game remains my favorite of this series I very much enjoyed this book. A wonderful escape from my reality.
3 . too little story...
Posted August 29, 2009 by kokoree , Bel Air, MDI never thought I would say a book had too much sex, but this one did. The story line was very good, but there wasn't enough of it. Without the sex, it would have been a short story.
I was also disappointed with the main character, Kadan. I was looking forward to his story, but this was a let down. Kadan's icy, hard exterior turns into a desperate, emotional wreck as he tries to tame and win over the female lead, Tansy. Tansy was the too familiar character with the "I know better than you, and I can do anything without you" attitude.
A little romance and tenderness wouldn't have hurt either. Two stars for story line only.
December 29, 2008
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